Results from Wed 14 Nov Linn Park
Dark Park 3

Dark Park 201819 Long

Linn Park Results & Split Times

After a horrid day the evening proved very pleasant. My thanks to Peter for planning the courses. It appears that someone decided that “57” was hung too high and took it out of its raised position & restaked it in the ground. This was deliberately hung high due to the fallen trees on the outer e…

Our New Website Is now Live !PFWeb's latest creation

Our New Website was launched on 181118.

Sun 18 NovRead more…

ESOC SoSOL Report2 out 3 do the business!

Dalkeith Cp 181118038

3 STAGs ventured east to Dalkeith Country Park to compete in ESOC's South of Scotland "O" League Event. Full report to follow.

Sun 18 Nov

2018 Scottish Score Championships

STAG members are asked to mobilise ourselves & support our friends from Roxburgh Reivers who are hosting this event.

Fri 16 NovRead more…

GPC 2018 UPDATED20th Glasgow Parks Championships

Tx 21St Anniversary 2003

Crazy though it seems, 2018 will see the hosting of our 20th GPC / 3 Parks In 1 Day Event
Following on from the 1999 PWT Event in Kelvingrove Park , STAG initiated this event which was probably the forerunner to SPRINT ORIENTEERING.
Entries now open on Sportident Entry System - click here.

Please read on for provisional plans - updated 17th November 2018 which have a slight twist to the normal programme.

Fri 16 NovRead more…

Final Accounts JHI & SOL 4Errochty Forest, by Calvine,October 6th 2018

Please do review the attached accounts to broaden your understanding as to the real costs involved when hosting an Orienteering Event. Stag Final Accounts For Jhi Sol 4 Held On 6Th October 2018 Published 15Th Oct 2018

Thu 15 NovRead more…

Volunteer Planners SoughtYour Club Needs You!!

STAG is thriving because of the volunteer input so many put in when it comes to hosting Events. The more offers we have the less "stress" on other Club Members. Permissions are centrally organised so its the fare from Start Kite > Finish Control that planners are required to "cook" :) Course Planning Guide Final

Thu 15 NovRead more…

New to Orienteering?

Visiting A Control Marker

Orienteering is a sport that combines map reading and running. Competitors have to find their way between a series of checkpoints, called controls, as quickly as possible. There’s no set route between the controls, so you have to decide which way to go and then find your way there without getting lost.